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Old 10-02-2003, 07:13 PM   #23
Hawg73
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Originally posted by bruschifan1
Hawg,

I'm just still using the MGI Photosuite that came with my scanner. It's a basic program which I've been using all along. Doing whole picture effects is easy as it's just a matter of one click.... I haven't tried creating my own masterpieces yet (ie... our Beefcake Poster boy...and Hawg in a drink...lol) so I haven't had a chance to try actually "editing" my pics.

I also have Paint Shop Pro (Jacs) that came with my new Dell computer but honestly, it's probably expired by now. When I have time I'd like to play around with making my own stuff... gifs for my website, headers and such but I know that the MGI program doesn't do it...not sure about the PSP....(someone made some for me when I first started my website... and was as green as all get out. Speaking of which, I'll be a year old on the 21st of this month!!)
Happy anniversary! It's a fine site and I just saw it mentioned in the BroadSide column of Pats PFW. Congratulations. Seriously, I thought you were a sophisticated webbie with some of the stuff you do over there.

As far as mastering the tools it's just time and motivation and I think it's a useful skill, especially for somebody like yourself. Sometimes you just have to dive in.

And I won't even ask what that cryptic "Hawg in a drink" reference was referring to.

p.s. loved the pigskin pic. nice job.
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